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Relic of Saint John Bosco Visits the Philippines

23 November 2010 7,392 views One Comment

The world tour of the Relic of Saint John Bosco started from Valdocco, Turin last April 25th of 2009. This December 5, 2010, Saint John Bosco’s Relic and its pilgrimage will arrive in the Philippines. The pilgrimage will start in Bacolod. It will then head to Mambucal, Victorias, Kabankalan and Dumaguete. And from December 12 to 23,  the relic and the pilgrimage will stay in Cebu. By December 23rd, it will head up north to Metro Manila in Makati and Tondo. Then it will head to Southern Luzon at Legazpi, Albay, then off to Alabang, Sta. Rosa and Canlubang. The pilgrimage will also travel to Mandaluyong, Nueva Ecija, Tarlac and Pampanga. The pilgrimage will end at the National Shrine of Mary Help of Christians at the Better Living Subdivision in Paranaque on January 15th 2011.

To those who’s not familiar with St. John Bosco, or more popularly known as Don Bosco, he was an Italian Catholic priest who dedicated his life to the betterment and education of young children and employed teaching methods based on love rather than punishment which was why he was given the title of “Father and Teacher of Youth” after he was canonized. He was also the founder of the Salesian Congregation.

For more information of the Relic of Saint John Bosco and the pilgrimage schedule, please refer to the poster below.

Saint John Bosco's Relic, Pilgrimage & Urn Facts and Details

Saint John Bosco's Relic, Pilgrimage & Urn Facts and Details

For further information, you can also visit godslovetotheyoung.info.

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  • Philippines Fitness said:

    We have several students who train in our facility from Don Bosco. One of our staff lives in that subdivision in Paranaque. Thanks for the info – I’ll definitely go check it out.

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